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Old 08-14-2005, 06:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking 90cm - Wind, Forest, Fire, and Mountain

Hi everybody, this is my new layout - (Wind, Forest, Fire, and Mountain) in 2005.
Please give me some comment and hope everyone can enjoy it!!







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All that I can say is WOW, very very nice!.... With my eyes I don't see anything wrong with this tank. I can see how you came up with the name for this layout.



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It is hard to pull off using red plants without it shocking you, but you did just that! Nice.
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Nicely done. Thanks for sharing Wayne.

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I think the layout name of "Wind, forest, fire and mountain" is very difficulty to use english to present. Maybe let me to use my poor english to explain the spirit of this layout.
In the layout design stage, i have added four different elements to compose the scene that include wind, forest, fire and mountain.
This four elements is not the substance, you needs to imagine.

Wind


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What kind of rocks are those?
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beautiful aquascape and very nice presentation.
I like the elemental examples very much.
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Absolutely stunning. Inspired, original, crafted, focused and just lovely. You are one of the great ones Wayne Sham. Your composition renews my spirit. . The photography is A++ also. Very nice work indeed.
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First of all, i want to say thank you very much with yours comment and appreciate!!

trckrunrmike : I have found the name of the stone is OHKO stone!! The stone details as following PDFfile.

http://www.waynesham.net/Photo/ADA%20Rocks.pdf


Tank config as below:

Tank Size: 90x45x45cm 182L

Lighting: ADA 903 (32Wx3)+ T5HO(30Wx3)

Plants:
1. Riccia fluitans
2. Glossostigma elatinoides
3. Didiplis diandra
4. Blyxa japonica
5. Hygrophila polysperma var. “Rosanervig”
6. Rotala rotundifolia
7. Hydrocotyle Verticillata
8. Heternanthera zosterifolia.
9. Potamogeton oxyphyllus
10. Echinodorus tenellus
11. Ranunculus papulentus

Fish and animals
1.Hyemigrammus ocllifer 2. Siamensis algae eater 3.Neocardina sp.
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Beautiful tank, Wayne. Thanks for sharing.
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